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I have just replaced my thermostat housing bleed the radiator and i still got no heating the thermostat is brand new

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MAKE SURE BLOWER MOTOR OPERATING IF NOT CHECK FUSE AND RELAY.ALSO CHECK HVAC FUSE THIS CONTROL HEATER + AC CONTROL SWITCH AND MODE SELECTION FOR OPENING AND CLOSING HEATER DOOR OR HEATER CONTROL VALVE AND AC+ DEFROST AIR DOOR.IF BLOWER AND HVAC FUSE OKAY.IF YOU HAVE MANUAL HEAT CONTROL MAKE SURE MODE SWITCH IS RECEIVING VACUUM. YOU HAVE TO REMOVE HEATER CONTROL SWITCH AND CHECK TO SEE IF GETTING VACUUM GETTING TO SWITCH LOOK FOR BROKE DISCONNECTED VACUUM LINES IN THE DASH AREA.IF YOU HAVE CLIMATE CONTROL.YOU COULD HAVE A FAULTY ELECTRICAL HEAT DOOR ACTUATOR.SOME CLIMATE CONTROL CARS HAS THE CLIMATE CONTROL PROGRAMMER HAS TO BE REPROGRAM BEFORE THE HEATER AND AC WILL WORK AGAIN.YOU NEED A DEALERSHIP SCANNER TO CHECK IT OUT.BUT IF YOU HAVE MANUAL CONTROL CHECK TO SEE IF YOU GETTING VACUUM.IF YOU GETTING VACUUM AT HEATER DOOR VACUUM ACTUATOR OR HEATER CONTROL VALVE EITHER ONE OF THOSE COMPONENTS COULD BE FAULTY.WARNING YOUR VECHICLE HAS AIRBAGS YOU HAVE TO DISARM THEM BY REMOVING FUSES WAIT 20 MINUTES BEFORE WORKING ON DASH AREA.YOU HAVE TO CRANK CAR UP TO CHECK TO SEE IF YOUR HVAC GETTING VACUUM.

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